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Records of Rebecca W. Rimel, 1994-1997.

Author: Pew Charitable Trusts. Office of the President.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Subseries C. contains Rimel's correspondence during her tenure as president and CEO (1994-1997) of The Pew Charitable Trusts. (Her records as executive director form Subseries B., Series VI of Accession 2020: The Records of The Pew Charitable Trusts.) It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent for each year. (Note: Because of this arrangement, correspondence from 1994 includes some letters written while she was  Read more...
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Named Person: Drew Altman; Edmund N Bacon; Susan V Berresford; David Boldt; Ken Burns; Robert E Cooley; John R Evans; Edwin J Feulner; Harvey V Fineberg; Joel L Fleishman; Edward M Fouhy; Marian A Godfrey; Jr Peter C Goldmark; Davidson R Gwatkin; Sheldon Hackney; Edward K Hamilton; Hal Harvey; John A Jane; Thomas H Kean; Andrew Kohut; Joshua Lederberg; Franklin M Loew; Suzanne W Morse; Bill D Moyers; Edward H O'Neil; Jane G Pepper; Joshua Sidney Reichert; William K Reilly; Edward G Rendell; William C Richardson; Thomas J Ridge; Rebecca W Rimel; Robert A Seiple; Adele Simmons; Arlen Specter; Humphrey Taylor; Samuel O Thier; Robert Venturi; Torsten N Wiesel; Eddie N Williams; Timothy E Wirth; Harris Wofford
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Pew Charitable Trusts. Office of the President.
OCLC Number: 79828423
Description: 13 linear ft.

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Subseries C. contains Rimel's correspondence during her tenure as president and CEO (1994-1997) of The Pew Charitable Trusts. (Her records as executive director form Subseries B., Series VI of Accession 2020: The Records of The Pew Charitable Trusts.) It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent for each year. (Note: Because of this arrangement, correspondence from 1994 includes some letters written while she was executive director.) She exchanges letters with a variety of individuals and institutions seeking grants, other charitable foundations, local and national political figures as well as personal and professional acquaintances. Topics include requests for funds; the progress of current grants and The Pew Charitable Trust initiative, like the Pew Partnership; media coverageof the trusts; grants, programs and staffing changes at other charitable foundations; invitations to events; Rimel's service on external boards of trustees; the trusts' efforts to renew Americans' faith in the political process and the effect of of local and national political decisions on foundations. Also includes correspondence with Philadelphia Mayor Edward G. Rendell and Pennsylvania Governor Thomas Ridge on the trusts' role in promoting tourism and economic development in greater Philadelphia.

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